The director of the Arab Center for Research and Political and Social Analysis (Caraps) based in Geneva Riadh Sidaoui announced on Jawhara Fm that Qatar had operated a website to disseminate news directed at disrupting the relationships between presidents Kais Saied and Abdelmajid Tebboune after July 25 but in vain.
He added that these tries were doomed to failure as the relation between the two presidents is still unwavering. Concerning the latest talks between the two presidents, Riadh Sidaoui reported that the Algerian secret services found that terrorist elements in Al Watiya would try to infiltrate Tunisia from Libyan territory. He revealed that the western area of Libya is currently controlled by the Turkish secret services, which poses a possible threat to Tunisia particularly after Erdogan placed 16,000 Daeshs in Tripoli. Riadh Sidaoui said an imminent danger looms Tunisia in the presence of Erdogan’s “mercenaries” in Libya, believing that Erdogan was ready to do anything since he is losing his interests in the Arab world.